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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

INDEX TO TABLES.
PAGE
XV-F    Effect of annealing bars of different thickness, all pieces
being rolled from billets of one size...................    280
XV-G    Rolled plates made alike by annealing...................    281
XV-H    Comparative tests of eye-bar steel......................    282
XV-I      Comparison of natural and annealed flat bars............    283
XV-J     Effect of annealing at about 800 C........;.............    284
XV-K    Comparison of natural and annealed bars in Table XV-J..    285
XV-L     Theoretical microstructure of carbon steels.............    300
XV-M    Microstructural composition of quenched carbon steels----    300
HISTORY OP TEST-PIECE.
XVI-A Comparison of three-quarters-inch rolled rounds and seven-eighths-inch rounds turned down to three-quarters inch................................... .........    313
XVI-B     Properties of test-pieces cut from forged rounds........    314
XVI-C     Properties of test-pieces cut from rolled flats............    315
XVI-D    Comparison of eye-bar flats with the preliminary test...    316
XVI-E     Comparison of longitudinal and transverse tests........    316
XVI-F     Comparison of parallel and grooved tests..............    317
XVI-G Ultimate strength of two-inch tests and eight-inch parallel sided tests.......................................    317
XVI-H     Comparison of angles with the preliminary test........    318
XVI-I      Comparative physical properties of rounds and flats___    320
XVI-J     Properties of round and flat bars, natural and annealed..    321
XVI-K    Physical properties of rounds of different diameters.....    323
XVI-L     Effect of changes in the width of the test-piece..........    324
XVI-M    Influence of the width upon the elongation (Barba).....    326
XVI-N    Effect of width upon the elongation (Ouster)...........    326
XVI-0     Influence of the length of the test-piece.................    327
XVI-P     Influence of the length upon the elongation (Barba).   ...    329
XVI-Q     Physical properties of eye-bars.........................    331
XVI-R     Physical properties of eye-bars........................    332
XVI-S     Properties of eye-bars, classified according to length.   ...    333 XVI-T     Proportion of rejections caused by applying a sliding scale of elongation to the eye-bar records in Table
XVI-Q..............................................    335
XVI-U     Physical changes in steel by rest after rolling..........    336
XVI-V     Physical properties determined by different laboratories.    338 XVI-W   Parallel determinations of the elastic limit by the autographic device and by the drop of the beam...........    340
XVI-X    Effect of the pulling speed of testing machine..........    341
INFLUENCE OF ELEMENTS.
XVII-A   Properties of silicon  steels............................    345
XVII-B   Influence of silicon upon tensile strength..............    346